Women in Ancient Persia.
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John Bennet - 2007, the Classical Review 57 (01 201.Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.Harding: Androtion and the Atthis: The Fragments Translated with Introduction and Commentary (Clarendon Ancient History Series).Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005.(Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology).Susan Pattison - 1997, the Classical Review 47 (02 389-390.Distinctions of status between the different members of the Persian nobility must have affected and involved the position of the wives of these nobles, and similarly we may expect that female members of the royal family were placed in some kind of rank, presumably dependent.Cawkwell (G.) The Greek Wars: The Failure of Persia.The levels of political power and authority within the palace organization continued down to the palace administration.Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997.It examines the true importance of female royalty and commoners in Persia, drawing on contemporary Persian and Babylonian sources.At the court the King's Relatives, the Persian nobles, and the King's Friends acted as counsellors and advisers.
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Open Preview, see a Problem?Details (if other Thanks for telling us about the problem.Clarke: Flash and Spirit in the Songs of Homer.Mary Harlow - 1994, the Classical Review 44 (02 369-370.Within such a carefully structured hierarchy of power it is difficult to imagine that the women at the royal court were an undifferentiated group lacking a similar order of status and rank in relation to the king as the centre of authority.Maria Brosius, women in Ancient Persia, 559331.Closest to the Great King was the heir to the throne, followed by the King's Bow-bearer and the King's Spear-bearer.In other words, the more closely related a woman was to the king the more this would be reflected in her position among the other women of the court.Leigh: Lucan: Spectacle and Engagement (Oxford Classical Monographs).2 Retrieved from " p?titleDamaspia oldid ".Damaspia (from, old Persian jmspi - 1 ) was a queen of, persia, wife of King.Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.review Spyridon Tzounakas The Classical Review 60 (2 617-618.2, documents from, babylon dating in Artaxerxes' reign, refer to certain estates as "the house of the woman of the palace".
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